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BY THE REV. HENRY MOORE,
FOR SOME YEARS
ASSISTANT TO THE REV. JOHN WESLEY, A.M.
AND NOW A MEMBER OF
THE METHODIST CONFERENCE.
WITH A BRIEF MEMOIR
HIS LIFE AND CHRISTIAN EXPERIENCE,
FROM HIS BIRTH TO THE FIRST CONFERENOE HELD
AFTER THE DEATH OF MR. WESLEY.
Divinity is nothing but a grammar of the language of the Holy Ghost.
PRINTED FOR THE AUTHOTT,
66, PATERNOSTER-RO W.
Soon after the commencement of my religious course, my mind became so entirely occupied with a consciousness of my guilty state before God, that no intention of recording any of the particulars, or of the mercy which I sought, had any place in my thoughts. But when it pleased the God of all grace to reveal his Son in me, and to turn my heaviness into joy, I seemed to consider it as my duty to make known to my perishing fellowsinners, that height and depth of love which is in Christ Jesus our Lord,
Whose blood can make the foulest clean;
This sense of duty increased as I read, from time to time, the records of those
who have thus given glory to God, and